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The Great Midwest Trivia Contest LVI

The Great Midwest Trivia Contest LVI

This year’s group of Trivia Masters. Photo provided by Mary Grace Wagner The Annual Great Midwest Trivia Contest is coming up next week! During the weekend of Jan. 29—31, the longest running college bowl trivia contest in the world will be returning in its 56th year. To save you the math, The Great Midwest Trivia

Become a part of The Lawrentian – Apply

            While The Lawrentian is always hiring new writers, artists, and photographers, right now we’re also looking to hire people for our upcoming news cycle! We are currently accepting applications for the following positions: Editor in Chief, Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment Section Editor, and Photo Editor.             No previous experience is required, and all students who will be

Dr. MLK Jr. Day of Service to be celebrated virtually on Monday

Last year’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day concluded with an in-person celebration in the Lawrewnce Memorial Chapel. This year’s celebration will be virtual. Photo by Sarah Navy Several virtual events are happening this Monday, Jan. 18, as a part of Lawrence’s celebration of the 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service (MLK

Student Spotlight: Luka Santin

Photo provided by Luka Santin Sophomore Luka Santin is a Lawrence student in the Bachelor of Arts in Music program, focusing on piano performance and psychology. While they have an extensive history of musical passion and participation throughout their secondary education, including choir, violin, cello and piano lessons, it was in their Fall Term at

CCE shifts control of MLK Jr. Day of Service to student organizers for 2021

Last year’s on-campus MLK Jr. Day of Service included a community celebration with music and speeches in addition to service opportunities throughout the day. Photo by Sarah Navy Lawrence’s Center for Community Engagement and Social Change (CCE) has hosted Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service events for many years. This year, they hope to

Viking Chorale collaborates with Appleton schools

Associate Professor of Music Stephen Sieck conducts Viking Chorlae in a November 2019 concert.  Photo by Sebastian Evans The COVID-19 pandemic has required many music ensembles to make new adjustments to their rehearsal and performance practices this term. The pandemic has presented new challenges for making music together and connecting with others. However, the choral

Junior recital provides calm amid Eighth Week stress

Junior Hannah Foote performs in Harper Hall. Photo by Pei Robins This past Monday, Nov. 9, Hannah Foote performed her junior recital for a small select audience. Though most of her performance was on piano, she started her recital with a short speech about how some may interpret her performance. Cognizant of the times, Foote

“NEEDS TO BE A RESPONSE”

CODA reflects on the adminitration’s response to their list of concerns and recommendations On Oct. 2, the Committee on Diversity Affairs (CODA), a subcommittee of the Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC), publicly released a list of 17 concerns and recommendations for the administration during a student demonstration in front of Sampson House. President Mark Burstein

Student Spotlight: Madeline Guest

Sophomore singer-songwriter Madeline Guest. Photo by Pei Robins Lawrence sophomore Madeline Guest, a double major in choral education and computer science, is incredibly passionate about writing, singing and recording her own songs independent of her diverse academic pursuits. She recently released her second self-written album on Sep. 9 of this year, entitled “Just Another Ghost.”

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